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Permissive operation in NY with a junior driver’s license
A New York driver’s license to operate a passenger motor vehicle is called a “Class D License,” and a license to operate a motorcycle is a “Class M License.” When a motorist is under the age of 18, the Class D or M License is issued with certain restrictions. It is called a junior license, and is a class “DJ” or “MJ” license.
If caught driving in violation of a license restriction in New York the violation is not operating without a license in violation of NY VTL § 509(1), although this is often charged. The infraction is operating outside of a license restriction in violation of NY VTL § 509(3). See, People v. Greco, 151 Misc.2d 859, 583 N.Y.S.2d 714 (App. Term 2nd Dept. 1992), motorist cannot be charged with operation without a license when merely operating outside of restricted use.
If you are charged with driving without a license, operating outside of license class, or aggravated unlicensed operation under NY VTL § 511(a)(1), call our traffic court lawyers for a free phone consultation. A conviction of any of these charges will result in insurance increases and possibly license suspensions.
Restrictions of operation for junior drivers
Under 15 NYCRR § 1.2, a class DJ/MJ licensee may operate a motor vehicle within the State of New York subject to the following conditions:
In Nassau or Suffolk Counties (Long Island):
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